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Fuel type and grade value tags are used to categorize and differentiate different types of fuel based on their chemical properties and octane ratings. These tags are typically used in the context of the automotive industry, where they help to identify the appropriate type of fuel for a particular vehicle.
Fuel type tags are used to indicate the type of fuel, such as gasoline, diesel, or ethanol. Each fuel type has its own set of properties and characteristics, including its energy content, volatility, and emissions profile.
Grade value tags, on the other hand, are used to indicate the octane rating of gasoline, which is a measure of its resistance to engine knock. The octane rating determines the grade of gasoline, with higher numbers indicating a higher resistance to knock. For example, gasoline with an octane rating of 87 is typically referred to as "regular" grade, while gasoline with an octane rating of 91 or higher is referred to as "premium" grade.
By using fuel type and grade value tags, fuel providers and automotive manufacturers can ensure that drivers are using the appropriate type and grade of fuel for their vehicles, which can help to maximize performance, fuel efficiency, and engine longevity.